|Pamba - The Lost Tapes (ca421) - Pamba|
Pamba is a duet based in Kovacica (Vojvodina, Serbia), active since 1999. The sound of Pamba was sometimes described as old-school industrial, noise, krautrock, esoteric or experimental. The Lost Tapes is a collection of previously unreleased tracks that were recorded completely live and played on analog synth and electric guitar, occasionally supported by rhythm machine. - Line-up: Stevan Lenhart, Vladimir Lenhart...
Keywords: free improv; ambient; krautrock; noise; avant-garde; other
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